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Doctor: Patino diet helps change lives

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The Patino Diet has been named the official diet and nutrition consultant of Team Alpha Male.

"Healthy diet and lifestyle has always been a core element of Team Alpha Male's success," said Urijah Faber, founder of Team Alpha Male. "Dr. Patino brings a wealth of knowledge in this area and we are stoked about this partnership."

The Patino Diet utilizes the Glycemic Index to help change peoples' lives. By limiting the intake of high GI foods, one can prevent his/her body from storing fat and keep it producing energy. Patino Diet helps people from all walks of life, but is particularly helpful to professional fighters who must maintain their weight for competition.

For more information on Frank Patino, MD and Patino Diet, visit www.patinodiet.com or contact Mr. Tracy Congdon at (734) 252-9014

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